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Public Interventions — Pocha Nostra: I conceived him and bore him and brought him up and supported him.
La orgía – Out of the Wings
He’s as deaf as a door knob! Her son, the Mute, grunts furiously, hunting everywhere, turns to the audience and accuses his mother of having stolen his earnings as a shoe-shine boy. enrlque
Works — Latina Theatre Lab: Performance and Politics — Franklin Furnace: Works — Tim Miller: Public Interventions — Liliana Felipe: She refers to his jealousy and defends her right to spend the money she supposedly earned from sleeping with these men on the beggars who attend her monthly orgy. Two piles of clothes, once fine and elegant, lie one on each side of the arm-chair.
Interior of the Old Woman’s hovel. Presentations — Mujeres Creando Comunidad: Works — El Teatro Campesino: Works — Astrid Hadad: Public Interventions — Yuyachkani: Do it for your father!
Interviews — Mujeres Creando Comunidad: The Orgy Alternate Title: When he protests that the money is in fact his, she throws him out, chasing him away with a broom. Interviews — Circus Amok: They drink and dance and the beggars fondle the old woman and the dwarf under their skirts, then the actors demand to be fed.
Presentations Split Britches — Split Britches: God punished me with this burden!
Works — Franklin Furnace: The old woman turns on the audience: Interviews — Pocha Orvia He reluctantly puts on his moth-eaten costume which is too big for his emaciated body and the role play begins: When he returns to find his mother dead, he goes to the front of the stage to ask the audience why this has happened. He loved this story!
Presentations — Richard Schechner: Presentations — Jesusa Rodriguez: Texts by the Artist — Susana Cook: Interviews Catalinas Sur — Catalinas Sur: The play opens with an old woman arguing with her mute son because he has accused her of stealing his money, which she vehemently denies.
Interviews — Catalinas Sur: Seated in an ancient arm-chair in front of a mirror, the Old Woman is preening herself. Works — Danny Hoch: Interviews — Jesusa Rodriguez: The Mute shows on his fingers that she stole thirty-five pesos.
Interviews — Susana Cook: